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Japanese Cotton Rugs
Chinese Grass Rugs.
nvnNiNO ntiLi.trriN, honoi.um', t 11 , unsruY nnc 20, 1910
177 S. King Street LEWERS
Whit gift is God's out of doom 1 Why not keep a hone and tome tort
of vehicle? Maybe you have a bone and are tired of the eame tried of bugiy
or carriage. Hiny people have just what you want and will be glad to Sell at
a barcaln. Put our little Want Ada to work. If you have what you don't
want, these tame little workers will go to the very people who are looking for
what you have to Sell. Maybe one has a message right now for you. Look .
Read and Answer
Today's Want Ads.
FORT SIIAFTER NEWS
FIELD AND BARRACKS.
llio next transport which mills for
tho United States on or about tlio
II Till of laminrj will carrj
iilitmt foily men leaving fur tlielr ills
chuigo niul In I'cbiuur) thcio will bo
iibnul tlility kiting The battalion
Ih losing nil of Us old timers As tlicio
mo but low who wlsdi to lo-cnllst, Or
ders liuvu In en Issued that this bat
liillon will lenvo on tho .Inly next
tiausport for I lio Stitcs and then
tnku stullon ut Tort Douglas, Utah.
Tho flttccnth 'itglnient of Inruntry
Will lolluvo the other two b.ittulloiiH
wliltli nro n tliu Philippines next
Juno Mien tliu entire icglment of the
twentieth Infuntiy will bo together nt
Tort Douglas, Utiih. TliU will bo llio
lit at time In fun- )oars llio entire
twentieth 1ms been together. Tlio use
niul Infunlry will bo Htntloned on tills
Isliuil One bittallon will take btu
Hon nt Tort Sh liter nnd tlio otlior
two battalions will bo stationed .it
Tlio Held meet which was In hatn
been held on Iho 25rd and 21IU of
this inontli w'ilf tako pluco on tlio 2.'nd
and 2.!rd Instead Tlio dilo lias been
changed im account of Cliilslmas.
The men from nil of the cinipanle3
To Those Who Give Christmas Presents
covered with Holly arid Christ
mas Berry designs and lined
with watered paper.
All sizes and shapes.
Ready to put the present in.
During this week we will give a special discount on the Rugs and Matting now in the Showroom adjoining our store.
This is a wonderful opportunity to secure the best quality of Rugs and Matting at a greatly reduced price
On Buying and Selling
a Buggy, Carriage or
mo practicing dally with tlio ten pins
nnd some to-) Rood bowlers uro found
among thcho men Tlio Hold meet
game will tho nno that will be woith
while watching, as this tourn uncut
gnmo will take pluco on the 23rd of
this month and eteiybody Is Invited
to look on Thcro will bo no fees
whatever charged tn watch tho field
unit which will bo Intciestlng to nil
Iho Tint Shafler basket bill team
Is In the finest tdiapo They piaitlro
ilillj In g)iu at Tort Shatter and ex
pect lo get u gimo wllli somu down
town team In tho future.
Tho soccer game Is of all Interest
among tho Tort Shaftcr bos. Clanies
uro played dally among tho men or
each of the companies.
Tho teacher was giving tho JuvO'
nllo clas3 an object lesson on the
word "transparent." Sho told them
water iiiul glass wero transparent.
becaiiBo ono tan tco through them,
then nuked them In name something
elfti that wim transparent, Ono lit
tle follow promptly r.il-cd his hand
."We1 1 Altln. what Is 11?" sho
"A hole!" was tho unexpected
Meaiuiciuciits inado In Umdon
schools pinvo Unit tho children of tho
well to do mo better hi own for lliulr
ago thin tho chllilicu of tho poor
Chinese and Japanese Matting
AMERICANS ARE GOOD
SPENDERS WHILE ABROAD
Lcavo Two Hundictl Millions
Annualy in Europe and
Noi thorn Africa,
1'AHIS Nov 20 -Wlnt Amerlci
gles to i:iropo and whnl Iluinpe
gles tu America uio two dlllurcut
things It's u case or all going out
niul nollilng coming In for Amoilci
Careful computation shows that
toinlsts spend aiii'iiallj In Huropo i
and lioitliern Africa no less th'iii a I
billion do lars And of this sum tin1 1
people of the United Htntos on
ti Unite no lees than n drill.
I.ln.1 ds aunininces, for ox.itnplo
that dining June eight) live steam
crs left he port of New York carrj
lip(ptu Km ope 17,1)11(1 pisaengers
Tills represented. In pjssngo nlmie,
something like $3.imjo.wm). While
during the )car It Is estimated 201V
(100 tn).igurs, first and heiond
classes hao ciosrciI the Atlantic
from the United St ilea
What do these travelers leno In
Kinnpc In the way of money? Con
ul, Gemini Prank. Musou mis
ho places tho umoiint at nliont J2-
UUO.dOU for l'.irls alone Ho su.vs the
amount won't fall below that llguto
anyhow As for Ihiglund this will
siirprlfo mobt poiplo sho gets about
$25,000,001) a ear out of this mmo
bunch of Americans. Tho geneial
Idea Is that Americana spend muro
mono) In Trance than In any other
count r) on this sldu of tho water
Hut hero It is seen tint Imgliiul
boosts rrnncc's share by $3 000 000
ticriuany doesn't bland far behind
nnglnnd cither. German) nnd 1'raiico
bcjiig nbout oen Italy gets almost
us much inonej from Iho tourists us
rnince, though not ipilto us much,
while llttlo Switzerland Is tho won
ilir of them nil l'rom 1.080 hotels
which sho had a fow jearu ago she
now numbers fully 2.00H. each hotel
gelling lis full share of Anicrltan
dollars Homo of tho I'rencli stntls
tlclaus phiro tho iiiiiount nt J.'O.OOO,
As In Switzerland, hotels get con
siderable of tho money spent In Oct
many. It Is Iho thermal bathing ie
sort, (lei many being (llled with that
sort of thing, which uttincts Amer
icans. And of course, uImi, that sort
of attraction holds visitors longest,"
It takes mote than a few da)s to
coinplelo u "euro" l'mnco has n
fow such places Vichy, Ktlun, etc,
but flio can not compute lit ull with
liormany In this lino.
Of tliu money Anierltaiis spend in
I'm Is, lit tripling tu Consul Uenerul
Milton (T.'iOO.OOO aro spent with
I'utiuiit, Worth nnd other elegant
dressmaking establishments, tho ile-
pal luient stoics anil so on, $1,200,000
go lo llugerlo houses, S2.00ll.000 to
deahis In mitliiultles nnd to brlc a
In nuglaud Jewelers gut most of
Paper & Envelopes
of different grades and sizes
in exquisite boxes.
. Fountain Pens
many different grades but
each an acceptable present.
- NEWS - COMPANY,
& COOKE, LTD.
A HIGH FLYER
tho inonej , the) and tho mitliiiilly
dealers. Of course, ull thuso things
which look old, nnd uro boimht for
old, mo not really old Hut they
count In this list us antiquities just
tliu same The buiuo gimu Is an
thliiu enough to warrant It being
Now, turning things about, what
do tho countries of l.'uropo tin u loose
In tho United Slates? '
It Is estimated that In ordinary
)cnrs about S.Cnn.OOi) emigrants,
ninny of whom will Income depend
ents muni Iho iltutu. Hock lo Amer
ica. Koiuo n' 'iru lieoplo hate 50
when they land ull of them n little
Hut on tho whole they got mora llinu
they bring In Koinu of thorn, who
become inonc) makers, send what
they make link to their homes In
Km ope. About ouo-fourlh of lliein
return Ihoinsclies to their ii.it Ito
lands showing they hao niado iiioio
or less money in Amcilca and lintu
taken It uway with them.
I . .
Orders for costumes for tliu C.ir
nluil cut now be placed with tho Ha
waiian News Co, l.td , Alex. Young
Uulldlng. Client Interest Is being tak
en In the mining C.irnUal and the
costumes will bo ury uttracthe.
liana candy fresh nnd flue Ilenson
Smith and Company, Hotel mid 1'oit
bill els. '
FESTOONS anU CHRISTMAS
BELLS, HOLLY and MIS-
DECORATIONS for the
HOUSE and TABLE for the
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OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS.
LAST WORD FROM
TOLSTOI FOR MEN
Paper on War Against Capital
Punishment Wiittcn After
ST l'lrTKIIHIIltlKi No 21! Tho
AxKot'lutoil 1'iess receUed eirl) toda)
from Vladimir Tschcrrkoll.tho llterury
agent of the late Count) Tolsto), the
last article written b Tolsto) It Is
cntllletl "KITirtlxo Menus" It was
wrllleu by Tolstoy In tho Oplln i linn
uslcty Noxemher 11, soon after hn
begui his nlf liniwrenl exile froni
homo Tho urtlclo was- glien tho As
mclited 1'ieks by Tsclu rrkutf at tho
crpicss wish of Count Tolsto) for
illrrciultuitlon to iniiliklni It s.i)s
"I niu n iturall) anxious to do nil I
em against oil. which tortures tho
In st spirits of our time
"1 think the present effoctle war
agilnrt capital punishment does not
need lotcing; mere is no need lor an
expression of Indignation ngulnst 'In
Immorality, cruelty and nhsiirdlt)
i:ci) slnecic, thinking person. e
or) bod) knowing from youth the
blxlb ronim.iuilmeut, needs uo ex
planation of Its iibsurdlt) and Imnior
pllty. There Is no need for descrl
lltui of tho horrors of execution, as
they can only nfect hangmen, so
men will more iniwlllliml) heconio ex.
eciitloners ami governments will be
obliged to coinpciiKuto tlicnt inoro
deaily for tlielr ncnlccs.
Need For More Knowledge.
i nereioro i mink that neither Iho
oxiresslon of liiillgnatlon,nKaliiHt the
murder of our fellow men nor the sug
gesllon of It horror Is mildly need
ed, but Komcthlng totally dlrfcrcnt
"As Kantwell sajs, thcro are delu
fclons which can not ho illsirocd mid
wo must conimunlciilo to the deluded
mind Knowledge which will enlighten
mid then thu delusions will vanish li)
"What knowledge need wo com
lnunlcato to t'io jleliidet human mind,
icgsrdlug tho Indlspciisabli'iicss. use
fulness or Justice of capital punish
inent In order that said delusion niu)
"Such knowledge. In my opinion, Is
this- The know ledge of what Is man.
what his surrounding world; what his
destiny hence, what man can and
must do mid principally what he can
not and must not do.
"Theicforo wo should opjioso capi
tal punishment by Inculcating this
kuowledgo In ull inon, especially to
hiiugmeu'B in mngers nnd s)mp.ithlz
ers. who wrongfully think the) me
maintaining their tmsltlnn. thanks
only to capltil punishment.
Teach People, His Plea.
"I know this Is not mi idxy tusk.
Tho emplo)crs mid approvers or
hangmen with the Instinct or selr
preservation reel that IIiIb knowledge
will inako Imposslblo Iho malntin
mice of tho position which they occu-
Ipv. hence not only will thoy them-
Beles not adopt It. but by ull means
and Christmas Cards in won
GIFTS for your men friends.
We have any number of art
icles that will please the men.
PICTURES for the Den, the
Boudoir and College Room,
NCE upon a time," said daddy,
great friends. Of course, tbey
nature of foxes, but ono of them was a grent deal cleverer than llioj
other. Uo used to toll bis friend, who was very greedy, that hoi
ate too much at a meal that somo day
I "Ono evening the greedy fox said to
" 'Do you know, I feel qulto hungry.
"I have Just heard from nrotber Weasel,' said wise Mr, Tor, 'that Tanner
Iloblnson has raised a fino flock of fat
there for fear you will cat yourself sick.'
, "When ho mentioned the fat hens greedy Mr. Fox's mouth began to water.
"xum, Tuinr no saia. -J.ct us go mere
"'All rigut, como niong,- sain uis irienu, -uui minu you uon t ovcrcni.-
"Whcn they reached Tanner Hobluson's henhouse they easily found a holo
through which they could crawl.
" This hole Isn't nny too big,' said
you should not bo nblo to get out In the morning.'
" That will bo all right,' said tho other fox. 'Just leave that to me.'
"Well, tiro foxes made short work of
nto tbelr Mil, but greedy Mr. fox's nil
of his wiser brother. You shall learn
"In the early morning Tarmcr Itoblnson began stirring around bis farm;
Tbo two foxes beard him. The wlso
gone. I don't think it will bo well for
, "'Just wait nntlt ! finish this bone,
I " 'No,' said tho other, 'I'm off. I'll meet you nt tho den. Goodby.' And '
with that be crawled through tho hole and was off llko a flash Just as Farmer
Robjnson reached tbo henhouse,
"'I'm afraid that fox has been at my bens,' said tho farmer. 'I'll go and
seo what mischief no has done,'
"The other fox beard him rattling at tho door and Jumped for the bole.j
Hut be bad eaten so much and had become so fat that ho could not get through!
the hole, no matter bow bard he tried. Ho stuck halfway. There was a club
near by, and I need hardly tell you that thereafter the wis fox bad to go
In their jniwer by violence, deceit,
lies Hud cruelty the) will tiy to hide
fiom tho pcoplo this knowledge, dis
torting It and cxinlug Its dlsscinlnv
tors to nil kinds of privations mid
"Therefore, If wo wish readily to
destroy tlio delusion of capital pun
ishment, and If wo Hfscs thu
kuowledgo which destroy this de
lusion, let us In splto or all lnenares,
deprivations nnd surfeiliigs, teach thu
lieoplo this knowledge, because It Is
solely thu eneetlvo means In tho
WASHINGTON. December 5 Tor
rent c Iltlons In tho wnterwa)s of
tho country, ornduccd bv tleinnlluir the
forest covers, cannot bo cured by tho
incra restoration of trees, declared
1'iorcssor Henry 8. Ornves, Chief of
tho llurcnu of I'm est rv. In nililrosstm'
tho fcccniid biennial convention of tho
to secure the Christmas pack
age. Santa Claus and Holly
for tying packages.
S. King Street
"I Am Arrld Thit Tax
ll llftn.it My Hem
"thcro were two foxes which wcro:
were both cunning, for that Is tho J
It would do him harm."
Let's go out and hunt for something
bens, but I am afraid to tako youl
rigut away, now iar is in , j
tho wlso fox. 'Don't cat too much, lest 3
farmer Iloblnson's poor bens. They
camo to a great deal mora than Hint j
ono said: 'Well, It Is time for us to bo
us to bo caught around here.'
can't you?' said the glutton.
Woman's National Divers mid Har
bors Consresa, which convened horo'3
"It Is mi engineering problem," hu
continued, "to e-onlinl Iho water byfl
iirtlllclnl means, mid us already prov
en, this Is a disk of great magnitude
mid vast expense."
Thu roreslcr said that slnie 1870
over .'V.OIIO.OOO aires 1uiI.1iih.mi burned ;
over every jenr, with mi annual lobs i
of riom ,sn.oou,oou to itoo.ounooi).
Telling or thu extravagant use or ouH
timber supply, (Iraves said lb it'
through fullitru to practice forestry
"our foi est s uru not producing Id nuwl
growth within one third of what wo i
actually nso, let nlono tho amount lostM
by tiro and waste"
Ancestors como In hand) to Inherit
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